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There are 10 books in this booklist - they are listed in order of year of publication.
Newest titles are at the top. (We may not have all of them in stock right now, get in touch to find out)
Feminist Cross-Stitch: 40 Bold and Fierce Patterns by Stephanie Rohr, £14.99 (hardback, 2019) ISBN 9781454710806
Feminist Felties: 21 Inspiring and Empowering Projects in Felt and Fabric by Missy Covington, £9.99 (paperback, 2018) ISBN 9781782217138
Crafting the Resistance: 35 Projects for Craftivists, Protestors, and Women Who Persist by Lara Neel and Heather Marano, £12.99 (paperback, 2017) ISBN 9781510731387
Protest Knits: Got Needles? Get Knitting! by Geraldine Warner, £9.99 (hardback, 2017) ISBN 9781912217007
How to be a Craftivist: The Art of Gentle Protest by Sarah Corbett, £12.99 (hardback, 2017) ISBN 9781783524075
Crafting with Feminism: 25 Girl-Powered Projects to Smash the Patriarchy by Bonnie Burton, £11.99 (paperback, 2016) ISBN 9781594749278
Craftivism: the Art of Craft and Activism by Betsy Greer, £17.99 (paperback, 2014) ISBN 9781551525341
A Little Book of Craftivism by Sarah Corbett, £5.99 (paperback, 2013) ISBN 9781908714077
Craft Activism: People, Ideas, & Projects from the New Community of Handmade & How You Can Join In by Joan Tapper and Gale Zucker, £16.99 (paperback, 2011) ISBN 9780307586629
The Subversive Stitch: Embroidery and the Making of the Feminine by Rozsika Parker, £14.99 (paperback, 2010) ISBN 9781848852839